health care freedom

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    Employers looking for innovative ways to provide cheaper health care for employees

    Employers are looking for new ways to control the costs of providing health insurance to their employees. Most Americans get health insurance through their employer. This means the amount that employers spend on healthcare has a direct relationship with employee wages and out-of-pocket costs. The more it costs…
    Jordan Roberts, December 3, 2018
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    Increasing healthcare options is a good thing

    One of the most noticeable results of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was that it severely limited choices for those who buy insurance through the individual market. For the most part, it limited the ability of insurers to offer plans with different benefits. Many who purchase their insurance…
    Jordan Roberts, October 30, 2018
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    ACA back in court

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) faces its latest challenge in court today. Twenty state attorneys general are bringing a suit against the federal government, asking a north Texas judge to halt the enforcement of the law beginning Jan. 1st of 2019.
    Jordan Roberts, September 5, 2018
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    Time to unchain telemedicine

    John Goodman discussed in Forbes the reasons why he believes telemedicine hasn’t been utilized more by the healthcare sector: The biggest obstacles? Government. Insurance companies. Employers. They pay the bills. Not only have they been slow to take advantage of…
    Jordan Roberts, August 22, 2018
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    A Doctor Shares His Story…Don’t Miss It Monday at Noon

    Save your seat for Monday’s Shaftesbury Society presentation on heath care reform in North Carolina. 12 Noon at JLF.
    Donna Martinez, September 29, 2017
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    Study: Repealing Antiquated N.C. Law Will Lower Costs and Boost Access to Medical Care

    Carolina Journal’s Dan Way reports on a Mercatus Center study of North Carolina’s Certificate-of-Need law — a law most states have repealed. A typical North Carolina medical patient would save nearly $300 a year and have more competitive options for lower-cost treatment if outdated regulations didn’t exist, research shows.
    Donna Martinez, September 15, 2017